Neil Harding (ed.) Marxism in Russia: key documents, 1879-1906.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

Neil Harding (ed.) Marxism in Russia: Key Documents, 1879-1906.

Primera edición inglesa, Cambridge University Press 1983, 440 páginas.

INDICE

Preface

Introduction

DOCUMENTS

Section 1. 1879—1893: theoretical foundations and worker projects

1 – Programme, NORTHERN UNION OF RUSSIAN WORKERS (1879)

2 – Socialism and the Political Struggle, G.V. PLEKHANOV (1883): extracts

3 – Programme of the Social Democratic Emancipation of Labour Group, G.V. PLEKHANOV (1884)

4 – ‘Propaganda Among the Workers’, from Our Differences, G.V. PLEKHANOV (1884)

5 – From the Publishers of the ‘Workers’ Library’, G.V. PLEKHANOV AND P. AKSELROD (1884)

6 – The Demands of the Morozov Workers (1885)

7 – A Draft Programme for Russian Social Democrats, and Statutes of the Fund, BLAGOEV GROUP (1885)

8 – Second Draft Programme of the Russian Social Democrats, G.V. PLEKHANOV (1885)

9 – Four Speeches by Petersburg Workers (1891)

10 – Report [to the International] by the Editorial Board of the Journal Sotsial-Demokrat, G.V. PLEKHANOV AND V. ZASULICH (1891)

11 – The Tasks of the Social Democrats in the Struggle against the Famine in Russia, G.V. PLEKHANOV (1891): extracts

12 – Manuscript Programme for Studies with the Workers, M.I. BRUSNEV (1892)

13 – A Programme of Action for the Workers, N. E. FEDOSEEV (1892)

14 – The Tasks of the Worker Intelligentsia in Russia, P. AKSELROD (1893): extracts

Section 2. 1894-1897: bridges to the workers – economic agitation

15 – The Working Day, ANON. (1894)

16 – Questionnaire on the Situation of Workers in Enterprises, V.I. LENIN (1894/5)

17 – To the Workers of the Semyannikov Factory, V.I. LENIN (1895)

18 – What Should the Port Workers Strive for?, ANON. (1895)

19 – Appeal to the Workers to Unite into a Workers’ Union, MOSCOW ‘WORKERS’ UNION’ (1895)

20 – Appeal to the Workers to Unite and Demand the Shortening of the Working Day, MOSCOW ‘WORKERS’ UNION’ (1895)

21 – To the Working Men and Women of the Thornton Mill, V.I. LENIN (1895)

22 – What Are the Demands of the Women Workers at the Laferme Factory?, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1895)

23 – From the Union of Struggle for the Emancipation of the Working Class, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1895)

24 – What Is a Socialist and a Political Offender?, I.V. BABUSHKIN (1895)

25 – To the Weavers of the Febedev Mill, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1896)

26 – The Demands of the Weavers at the Lebedev Mill, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1896)

27 – Draft and Explanation of a Programme for the Social Democratic Party, V.I. LENIN (1895/6)

28 – The Workers’ Holiday of 1 May (19 April by our Calendar), ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1896)

29 – To the Workers in All the Petersburg Cotton Mills, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1896)

30 – To All Petersburg Workers, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1896)

31 – Report Presented by the Russian Social Democrats to the (London) International Congress of Socialist Workers and Trade Unions, G.V. PLEKHANOV (1896)

32 – To All St Petersburg Workers, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1896)

33 – To the Tsarist Government, V.I. LENIN (1896)

34 – On Agitation, A. KREMER AND YU. MARTOV (1896)

35 – To the Workers in the Petersburg Cotton Spinning and Weaving Mills, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1897)

36 – To All Petersburg Workers, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1897)

37 – The World-Wide Workers’ Holiday of 1 May, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1897)

38 – The First of May, ST PETERSBURG UNION OF STRUGGLE (1897): extracts

39 – To All Moscow Workers, MOCOW WORKERS’ UNION (1897)

40 – Letter to All Kiev Workers, KIEV UNION OF STRUGGLE (1897): extracts

Section 3. 1898—1902: political agitation and the critics of orthodoxy

41 – Manifesto of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, P. STRUVE (1898)

42 – Decisions of the First Congress of the RSDLP, RUSSIAN SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY (1898)

43 – On the Question of the Present Tasks and Tactics of the Russian Social Democrats (Draft Programme), P.B. AKSELROD (1898)

44 – Our Reality, K.M. TAKHTAREV (1899): extracts

45 – Credo, E.D. KUSKOVA (1899)

46 – A Protest by Russian Social Democrats, V.I. LENIN (1899)

47 – The Urgent Tasks of Our Movement, V.I. LENIN (1900)

48 – Where to Begin?, V.I. LENIN (1901)

49 – Our New Programme, RABOCHEE DELO (1902)

Section 4. The Bolshevik/Menshevik dispute – organisational questions and appraisals of the 1905 revolution

50 – Second Party Congress: The Debate on Clause 1 of the Party Rules, RUSSIAN SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY (1903)

51 – The Programme of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party, RUSSIAN SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY (1903)

52 – The Organisational Statutes of the RSDLP, RUSSIAN SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY (1903)

53 – Organisational Questions of Russian Social Democracy, R. LUXEMBURG (1904)

54 – Petition of the Workers and Inhabitants of St Petersburg to Nicholas II, G. GAPON AND I. VASIMOV (1905)

55 – On an Armed Uprising, MENSHEVIK CONFERENCE RESOLUTION (1905)

56 – On the Seizure of Power and Participation in a Provisional Government, MENSHEVIK CONFERENCE RESOLUTION (1905)

57 – Two Tactics of Social Democracy in the Democratic Revolution, V.I. LENIN (1905): extracts

58 – The People’s Duma and the Workers’ Congress, P.B. AKSELROD (1905): extracts

59 – Our Revolution, L. TROTSKY (1906): extracts

60 – The Driving Forces of the Russian Revolution and Its Prospects, with Preface by V.I. Lenin, K. KAUTSKY (1906)

Notes

List of sources

Guide to further Reading

Glossary

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